Sound Advice Hearing Doctors

The Way It Should Be


Welcome to Sound Advice Hearing Doctors!  At Sound Advice we love to help people, especially when it comes to one of the most important and precious gifts we have…the ability to communicate.  We believe truthful knowledge empowers people; this is a major part of our mission along with our promise to always do our best to exceed your expectations.  We encourage you to do your Research before choosing a provider or purchasing a personal hearing device (PHD).  Look carefully at the information on our site, especially our “Try Before You Buy” policy, and if you have questions, go to the “Ask a Hearing Dr.” tab.  We love to answer questions!  Our doctors are experts in their field and stand ready to help you.  We look forward to hearing from you. 

Drs. Brian Vesely and J. Chase Britton, co-CEO’s


Hearing Aids Springfield Missouri, Audiologist Springfield Missouri

I recently moved from California and attended Sound Advice Hearing Doctors' hearing loss seminar at Bass Pro Shop.  I scheduled an appointment with Dr. Vesely and have been pleased with the services.  The staff in the office is great at providing routine maintenance and cleanings for my hearing aids.  Great service all around!


My hearing loss was caused by a mortar during military service, in 1968.  I didn't realize how bad my hearing loss was affecting my life until visiting the VA in 1969. They said, there was nothing they could do about my hearing loss, so I figured I'd have to live my whole life without being able to hear.  

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We get this response quite often when we tell our patients about our trial program.  Chase Britton, our provider in the Branson area, chuckles as he reads the following testimonial from his patient Carl M.  "I'll never forget the first time I went to Sound Advice.  I walked in with a hearing prob

What Should I Expect to Pay For a Hearing Aid?

This is a great question.  But, I must tell you it is amazing to observe the variation in pricing we see from one Provider to another.  There is no rhyme or reason for it.